Visit of Prez Xi depends on Nepal’s readiness: JiA visiting professor of a Chinese think tank has said that the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping will depend on the expectations of Nepal government and Nepali political parties.
A visiting professor of a Chinese think tank has said that the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping will depend on the expectations of Nepal government and Nepali political parties.
Speaking with the media after a programme in Kathmandu on Wednesday, President of China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), Ji Zhiye said. “There is no problem from Chinese government regarding Xi’s visit to Nepal. It depends on the situation here. The date and other procedure will be move ahead accordingly.”
Noting that the change of government in Nepal as its internal affairs, Ji said, “there will not be any problem about the visit as long as there is consensus among the political parties. China wants to see stability and development in Nepal. And we are eager to cooperate towards that end.”
He added that China only observes the internal politics of Nepal but never interferes as it is a true friend of China. “China never tells any country to do this and that. Political stability should be maintained. China always wishes that the parties work together for the same,” Ji said after a one-day workshop on “China-Nepal-India Economic Corridor: Feasibility and Approaches” organised by China Study Centre.
Ji declined to comment on the recent political situation and change in Nepal, Ji said, “China wants to cooperate with Nepal in its development. We want to see building of links with Nepal.”
Earlier at the programme, Ji said the trilateral cooperation between China, Nepal and India would help in achieving economic prosperity in the entire region by enhancing through ‘One Belt and Road Initiative’ proposed by China.